reo batteries and voltage drop - small test inside

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  1. fullsleeve

    fullsleeve Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    so I was having a firing issue and took some advice and purchased two aw imr 18650 1600mah (the ones linked on reos website). the came in today and I charged one up and decided to see how it performs compared to the 18650 2900mah orbtronics I was using. both batteries were full charged, the orbtronics is about 4 weeks old with 2 weeks of reo use and 2 weeks of occasional mech mod use at home. the aw is brand new. results are as follows AW IMR: no load 4.2 under load 4.08. ORBTRONICS: no load 4.18 under load 3.93. just in case anyone had any interest figured id post up my findings. the AW's seem to hit a little harder than the orbtronics and most def fit better inside the reo with less compression on the spring when installed.
     
  2. nerak

    nerak ECF Guru Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Will be interested to see the results of the same test after the AW IMR have cycled a few times. It has been said that they get better after a few charges.

    I have only run AW IMR in all of my REO's. Always the recommended mAhs too.
     
  3. NicoHolic

    NicoHolic Ultra Member ECF Veteran

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    What's the coil resistance?
     
  4. KwhyLE

    KwhyLE Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    someone needs to do this with the Sony 30As. Good info fullsleeve!
     
  5. fullsleeve

    fullsleeve Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    its a cyclone rba with a 1.2ohm coil on it. ill test again after a week of the AW use
     
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